Distraction and pointing.
Published: 12 Nov 2009 - 18:12 by adam_pberes
Updated: 01 Dec 2011 - 08:58
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Okay, I've noticed many players are complaining and stopping the rally (cause they feel theyve been distracted) if the opposition has appealed an out/high ball by raising their hand.
My question is, if you are appealing a ball that has gone high, (i.e hit the front wall, then out on the side, making it your shot as it has hit the front wall already), you can point and raise your hand all you want can't you? It IS your shot after all, and you can do what you'd like. Your not distracting the opponent from hitting the ball, cause it's your shot.
So if it's my shot, and I appeal (by raising my hand/ pointing) if the opponents ball was high, are they aloud to ask for a let for it? (or should they be allowed a let, more precisely?)
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